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YOU MAY NOT realise it, but the so-called simple acts of printing and copying take up a tremendous percentage of the IT and facilities infrastructure in the average office, accounting for a large chunk of the IT staff's time and budget.
I'm sure that's true of your office. How many times does a document refuse to print, requiring a diversion of your attention and the calling of IT staff to fix the problem? How many times does an engineer have to be called out to fix a problem with the copier?
In fact, the problems are so ubiquitous that analyst firm IDC has estimated that the average enterprise spends up to five per cent of total revenue on document production and distribution. If that's true for your organisation, then even modest savings on print could be a welcome sum of money saved.
The average enterprise spends one-five per cent of its total revenue on document production, distribution, …